Israeli Photographer Captured Hundreds Of People… Wearing A Tiger Suit!

According to Yogli, an Israeli photographer: “I’m a photographer and filmmaker based in Tel-Aviv. I have a deep love of capture the random moments of life, either as a film or as a photo. I believe that a good photo must tell a story or give you a glimpse into someone’s life, and I try to just that with my photography. Continue reading »

Israeli Designer Creates Unique Jewelry From City Maps

Industrial designer and jeweler Talia, of TaliaSari, has created a line of jewelry that includes necklaces, rings and brooches, that are inspired by city maps. Continue reading »

Israeli Artist PILPELED Collaborates With Bike Company Creating A First Ever Artistically Designed Bike

Electric Concepts has announced a fruit of a unique collaboration with PILPELED as well as FOFFA creating an innovative and fascinating, first ever artistically designed bike in the electric bike market. This product has been produced with PILPELED x FOFFA to disrupt the electric bike market by creating and delivering electric bicycles that look great and attractive with artistic design and provide the class, speed and extra boost required for urban commuters while riding on the road. Continue reading »

Palestinian Woman Plants Flowers In Israeli Army Tear Gas Grenades

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In a poignant display of peaceful resistance, a Palestinian woman in the village of Bilin, near the State of Palestine’s de facto capital of Ramallah, has planted a garden full of flowers grown inside of spent tear-gas grenades collected from clashes between Israeli soldiers and local Palestinians. Continue reading »

Adorable Sand Kittens Make Debut at Israeli Safari Park

They’re considered extinct in Israel, but sand cats are making a comeback at Ramat Gan Safari near Tel Aviv, where four adorable sand kittens were recently born. The near-threatened species is the only feline that lives in the true desert and can grow to weight up to 3.4 kilograms in weight and 57 centimetres in length, plus as much as 31 centimetres of tail. (NIR ELIAS / Reuters / Vancouver Sun) Continue reading »